StarTimes might be set to change the game with this new Integrated Digital TV

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Does anyone ever feel burdened by trying to figure out which remote works for the TV and which one is the decoder’s while also trying to sort the crying kids or fix dinner?

Okay, if that experience does not suit yours, then this should. Electricity bills! Daily soaring high and high till you can hardly figure out how much of your salary is left to drink beer with friends.

We found something interesting though. StarTimes has a new product it calls the integrated Digital TV and it looks like it’s here to save the day. We have our hopes high for this one since the people at StarTimes have assured that it will enhance user’s digital experience.

The best thing about the product is it’s apparently going to afford Nigerian and African families the chance to make the switch to the much heralded digital television that finally kicked off in November, without having to go through the extra wahala of getting analogue TV sets, set-top boxes, and all the other stress involved.

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StarTimes Nigeria Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Tunde Aina said features of the new product include “50% Lower Energy Consumption than the CRT TV, upgradable operating system, maximum thickness of 70mm and the minimum thickness of 13mm, 2 HDMI ports, full HD LED screen with 5MM Bezel, 1920*1080 resolution rendered at 8ms super-rapid response time and four viewing modes which guarantee vibrant and smooth viewing experience, 8W*2 digital noise filter system, and 75W Voltage consumption, as all enabling users to conveniently enjoy movies, music and other audio and visual resources stored in your flash disks, hard disks or other devices via the USB Port or HDMI port.”

An exhaustive list it is but since it’s supposed to serve as the preferable option for customers to upgrade their TV sets from analogue to digital. Guess we’re totally here for that.

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